By - Binod Prasad Adhikari
Kathmandu [Nepal], Apr 29 (ANI): Nepal's Law Minister Ajay Shankar Nayak has claimed that the newly registered amendment bill will be endorsed by the opposition.
In an interaction in Kathmandu, Nayak said issues of delineation and amendment are for resolving the present political deadlock in the country.
"In the absence of the State Council, we should have the provision that will fortify us with the rights to make the demarcation of the states through this Legislature Parliament and it is being improved. We have formed seven states through this assembly. Is there anyone who hasn't understood this? If it is the matter of national interest and the issue of delineation, is there any need of making the objection? Which study has made this finding? I opine that their objection over it is wrong and they should not do it," Nayak said.
The government has tabled a new amendment proposal with some revisions over it after the agitating parties made an objection over it.
Though the government has tabled the amendment proposal, the formal discussion over it is yet to be started.
Nayak also informed that the formal discussion over the amendment bill will get started from parliamentary meeting scheduled to be held on Sunday. (ANI)